#65 Embebed Perl

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nobody
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2012-05-07
2012-03-21
Anonymous
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Im really, really proud of your work, since we are Spanish and its allways a pleasure to know there are (not me :() really great genious living in Spain.
So, i must say, thanks mate for your amazing work.

Anyway, i really need a way to program my own scripts to run when the sessions is up. I think the only thing SecureCRT is better than PAC is the Visual Basic Script support... do you think that PAC manager would be ready to understand and run some scripting methods? I dont care about them, i just need this amazing software run my own scripts (perl, vb, etc).

Thanks a lot in advance

Regards,

David

Discussion

  • David Torrejón Vaquerizas

    Hola, tocayo!! :)
    Well, let's keep on English .... ;)

    First of all, thank you for trying PAC!!
    Now, let's see: PAC (at least from v3.4) gained pretty powerful tool under PCC, but I know what you are talking about.
    Anyway, I never used that functionality under SecureCRT, so, have no idea on what PAC should do. I mean: could you please try sending me some "example" of SecureCRT scripting? (script, what does it do on remote servers, etc...)

    If you want, I think it could be better for we two to keep on talking via Skype/Messenger/Mail...
    My Skype user is: torrejondavid
    My MSN/Mail is david.tv@gmail.com

    BTW, you're not the first person asking for *that* functionality :)

    - David.

     
  • David Torrejón Vaquerizas

    • priority: 5 --> 1
     
  • s200999900

    s200999900 - 2012-04-11

    Hi!

    "BTW, you're not the first person asking for *that* functionality :)
    "
    Can I will be 2, which requests that functionality? ;)
    And add to the wishes:
    Support macros for scripting languages ​​like python/shell scripts like "bash shell" with functionality:
    - local execution
    - remote execution
    - copy scripts or macros to a remote server and then runs on a remote server
    - script or macros interaction with a remote executed script like piped output and than locally parsed...
    - and if it is possible to record macros and abel to play a recorded macros.
    Many thanks for your amazing work!

     
  • David Torrejón Vaquerizas

    Hi!

    Let me answer inline:

    >> And add to the wishes:
    A: I'll do my best! ;)

    >> Support macros for scripting languages ​​like python/shell scripts like "bash shell" with functionality:
    A: Done! Wait for PAC v4.0 (to be released *really really* soon!! :)

    >> - local execution
    A: Same answer

    >> - remote execution
    A: Same answer

    >> - copy scripts or macros to a remote server and then runs on a remote server
    A: hmmm... sounds good... but, saying is easier than implementing. Anyway, with PAC's ability to execute remote commands (w/o Cluster), there's no real need for that.

    >> - script or macros interaction with a remote executed script like piped output and than locally parsed...
    A: Already existing since PAC 3.4 (take a look at variable <PIPE:local_command:command_prompt> ;)

    >> - and if it is possible to record macros and abel to play a recorded macros.
    A: hehehe... second time I hear about that functionality... Maybe... some day... (you know... *that's* hard...)

    Thanks a lot for your interest!!
    - David.

     
  • s200999900

    s200999900 - 2012-04-17

    >>> Support macros for scripting languages ​​like python/shell scripts
    like "bash shell" with functionality:
    >>A: Done! Wait for PAC v4.0 (to be released *really really* soon!! :)

    Cooll, Thanx!

    >>> - script or macros interaction with a remote executed script like piped
    output and than locally parsed...
    >>A: Already existing since PAC 3.4 (take a look at variable
    <PIPE:local_command:command_prompt> ;)

    Please, can you show an example usage of this variable?

     
  • David Torrejón Vaquerizas

    Hi!

    Take a look at both screenshots I just uploaded to this feature request.

    - David.

     
  • David Torrejón Vaquerizas

    • status: open --> closed
     
  • David Torrejón Vaquerizas

    Done! (PAC Scripts)

     

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